YouTuber’s Life is currently in Steam’s Early Access section which means that it is still undergoing active development. In that time, more polish and features have already been added, including an update that came while I was reviewing it which added a nice interface upgrade, changed the look of the card game, and other improvements here and there. I found the game to be pretty stable and bug free; it didn’t crash on me but occasionally my character’s action list (“Eat, Sleep” etc.) disappeared. On another occasion, one of my AI collaborators sat down and seemed stuck in a loop. Both of these issues vanished after restarting the game, but on the whole, it gave me few problems. A single playthrough, from living in your character’s mother’s house, to ending up in the space mansion, took me about 10 hours, which for a game that costed £10.99 at the time of reviewing, I felt was very decent value. The price is now £19.99 and, while quite an increase, I still feel that YouTuber’s Life is worth considering. Add to that the updates that are adding more content, and the re-playability of trying a differently focused channel, and I must say that I think YouTuber’s Life is a good value proposition.